Spatialities of Knowledge in the Neoliberal world academy: Theory, Practice and 21st Century Legacies of Area Studies
In order to develop adequate understandings and theories of global modernity it is essential to overcome the intellectual hindrances of Euro-Amerocentrism, which is both an intellectual legacy of imperialism and a very contemporary form of neoliberal power over global knowledge production. What Houben (2013) has called the 'new area studies' has a central role to play in this challenging task. In this paper I have considered the limitations and some of the major critiques of area studies,...[Show more]
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